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Jordan Cunningham will not seek re-election
Jordan Cunningham will not seek re-election
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyGeorge Conway is confident that Merrick Garland will indict Donald Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows, and hopefully the ex-president, too.While some political players and pundits, like The New Abnormal host Molly Jong-Fast and former guest Preet Bharara, are worried an indictment from Garland’s Department of Justice will never come, the Washington Post contributing columnist and husband of Kellyanne Conway believes Garland is simply taking the
Dominion Voting Systems Corp has told a court there is "no realistic possibility" that the voting machine manufacturer will reach settlements in its billion-dollar defamation lawsuits against Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, lawyers who worked for former President Donald Trump. Dominion and another voting software firm, Smartmatic, have brought several lawsuits against people who spread conspiracy theories related to their voting machines after the 2020 presidential election that Trump lost to President Joe Biden.
U.S. Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick was sworn in as the first Black woman to represent the predominantly Democratic 20th District in Florida on Tuesday, but her […]
Voto Latino is pledging to spend six figures to oust Sen. Kyrsten Sinema when she's up for re-election in 2024. Here's why the effort might work.
This is the political newsletter of the Journal Sentinel written by Bill Glauber. We begin with the saga over drop boxes.
Greene is facing at least three primary challengers for her deep-red seat.
On Monday's Senate hearing on elections bills: Was that a deliberative legislative hearing or a Saturday Night Live skit spoofing the conspiracy crowd?
In his first tests as a candidate, the celebrity physician fails to impress Pennsylvania GOP activists.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback warmed up for his playoff loss by casting doubt on Biden's win. The former president's team is thrilled
State Senate candidate Anthony Kern used donor funds for unspecified travel and lodging around the time he went to Washington for the “Stop the Steal” rally.
The scandal-marred Democrat’s numbers did not look good according to a new poll of likely voters published by pollster firm EPIC MRA, putting Whitmer squarely underwater.
The National Archives has turned over to the House select committee investigating the assault on the Capitol last Jan. 6 a large batch of documents that former President Donald Trump had sought to keep out of the panel’s hands, citing executive privilege. The committee has yet to make the documents public or disclose how far along it is in scrutinizing them for any new information about the roles played by Trump and his inner circle in the effort to delay certification of Joe Biden’s victory in
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyIn late 2020, a collective of Donald Trump’s most extreme election-deadenders, led by MAGA attorney Sidney Powell and Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn, were loudly telling anyone who would listen—the media, judges, local Republican politicians, and (of course) Trump himself—about their ludicrous plot to deploy the troops, seize U.S. voting machines, and keep then-President Trump in power.If there was a wild, baseles
Little was known about the Sarasota cybersecurity company running election audits. Until now.
Fulton County DA Fani Willis has been granted permission to seat a grand jury to aid the probe, which launched after Trump told Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find" over 10,000 votes
Both major U.S. political parties were found to be unpopular in a new NBC News poll published on Tuesday.According to the the poll, 44 percent of participants said they viewed the Republican Party negatively, 34 percent that they viewed it positively and 21 percent said they were neutral.The Democratic Party's ratings in the poll were fairly similar, with 48 percent saying they viewed the party negatively, 33 percent saying they viewed it...
John Eastman, the conservative law professor who authored memos outlining how President Trump could overturn the results of the 2020 election, invoked his Fifth Amendment rights 146 times when he was questioned by the Jan. 6 committee last month, a lawyer for the panel revealed late Monday.
"People may not always agree with my rhetoric, but, I think, unfortunately, our country is kind of a joke," the Ohio Republican said.
The veteran Democratic congressman said gerrymandering in Nashville was ending his career.
Democrats didn’t object to banning non-citizens from voting but complained such a prohibition exists both in state law and in the GA Constitution.